All new concept – Old 75 Beer Garden – brings Spirit of Austin, Texas to Richardson – Low Calorie Diets Tips

German-inspired beer garden with Texas roots chooses global strategic brand architecture and design firm Harrison to bring a brand new concept to life

DALLAS (June 8, 2022) — Old 75 Beer Garden brings the essence of “coziness” — a state of instilling a sense of warmth, kindness, and belonging — to the Richardson community when the all-new concept opens this fall Debut Celebrates!

With the help of Dallas-based, award-winning architecture and design practice Harrison, Old 75 Beer Garden opens as a casual, outdoor, Texan-style beer garden where adults and families can gather, relax and sip ice-cold beer, enjoy a cocktail, good food eat, listen to live music, watch their favorite sports team and play a few games. Harrison will serve as the concept designer for the Old 75 Beer Garden, which will consist of brand strategy, choice of materials, finishes and FF&E, and curation of artworks. Harrison’s strategic service also includes naming and coordinating artwork to add personality and storytelling moments to capture the essence of the brand and connect with guests.

Capturing the essence of a beer garden

“We developed the concept based on our experiences during the COVID shutdown, which forced people to enjoy outdoor spaces differently than in the past. We are very excited to be working with Harrison as they help us bring it to life,” said Kirk Hermansen, owner/operator of Old 75 Beer Garden. “We wanted to introduce an outdoor space in the Richardson area that embodies a bit of the Matthew McConaughey Texas vibe where locals can come together for any gathering, be it a birthday, graduation, work outing and more. We want to capture the essence of what a “beer garden” is all about – a communal meeting place where everyone is welcome and that offers “coziness”. We can’t wait to officially open our doors this fall and quickly establish ourselves as the go-to place for Good Cheer. Good friends. Good times.’ in this Texas weather.”

Harrison will work with Old 75 Beer Garden to design a unique 15,000 square foot outdoor space with communal seating under the shade of 12 magnificent Live Oak trees. The Old 75 Beer Garden serves Dog Haus hot dogs, sausages and burgers and features a “guy kitchen” and food trucks that offer rotating seasonal menu items.

Drinks are served from the “Tap Bar” and “Drink Bar” – a converted shipping container offering a unique indoor and outdoor bar experience – with 50 drinks on tap, full cocktail service and canned beverages. Guests can rent a cabana for casual gatherings, play games on the game court, enjoy s’mores around the fire pit, listen to local musicians from the live stage and watch the Dallas Cowboys on the big screen and over 20 additional TVs – all below the cool, shady canopy of mighty oaks.

“We are honored to have the opportunity to assist Kirk and his team in creating this remarkable brand,” said Keith Anderson, Harrison’s chief operating officer. “Having previously designed for the brand owners of one of Kirk’s franchises, Dog Haus, we look forward to using our experience to develop this concept and a unique outdoor experience with a casual, cool and obvious connection to create Texas.”

Harrison creates engaging brands and creates meaningful experiences that bring to life a brand’s strategy, interiors, architecture, packaging and digital worlds. During the design of the brand architecture, Harrison uses creative storytelling, in-depth market research, business strategy workshops and more to connect the physical space with the history of the concept. To learn more about Harrison, visit

To learn more about the Old 75 Beer Garden, visit them on Instagram @old75beergarden or online at

About Harrison

Harrison is an award-winning, global strategic architecture and design consultancy known for creating winning new hospitality concepts, transforming existing brands and operations, and designing distinctive spaces that deliver memorable guest experiences. With offices in Dallas, London, Birmingham and Melbourne, Harrison has partnered with major global brands as well as local independent companies to deliver more than 6,000 projects.

The company’s approach focuses on the guest’s journey; Enhancing their experience through a unique storytelling process that differentiates brands from their competition. Harrison is built on a reputation for creativity, passion and vision, reflected in the breadth of its extensive portfolio built over the past 34 years. Visit Harrison’s website for more information and follow Harrison on Instagram and LinkedIn.

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